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Four tactics to attract and retain manufacturing talent

Joe Gianni and Eric Bauer |

Attracting and retaining top talent for the manufacturing industry is more challenging than ever.

Producers say CT's Manufacturing Innovation Fund helping sector's ramp up

Natalie Missakian Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

The state's producers say Connecticut's manufacturing Innovation Fund is helping the sector's ramp up.

Millennial-driven groups' pro-Hartford sentiments aim to woo young professionals

Joe Cooper |

Millennial-driven groups are sprouting up in Hartford and the suburbs to change the image of, and woo young professionals to, the city and region.

Silicon Valley franchise to open Farmington coding school

Joe Cooper |

A Silicon Valley-based children's coding franchise is breaking into the Northeast market this month with a new school in Farmington.

The average bitcoin investor really is young, rich and male


Who owns and trades bitcoin? Young, relatively well-off men living in big cities.Most people know what bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are and feel...

Tolland’s Gerber expands with Wisconsin acquisition

Joe Cooper |

Tolland-based Gerber Technology has acquired a Wisconsin provider of hardware and software products for the sign, graphics and packing markets.

Honda teams up with GM on self-driving cars


Honda and General Motors are teaming up to create a new generation of fully autonomous vehicles. Honda will invest $2 billion over 12 years into GM's autonomous vehicle subsidiary, Cruise.

Westfarms has Peloton’s 1st CT showroom

Gregory Seay |

Fitness-technology retailer Peloton debuts its first Connecticut showroom Thursday in Westfarms mall.

$4.5M to CT from Uber data breach

Gregory Seay |

Nearly 4,000 current and former Connecticut Uber drivers will share proceeds of a $148 million multi-state settlement with the California car-sharing service for allegedly not disclosing right away...

Fairfield cardiologist gets prison sentence for insider trading

Joe Cooper |

A Fairfield cardiologist who owned a stake in a New Jersey biotech will serve six months in prison for ditching his shares before an impending stock fall, prosecutors say.

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